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News of the Weird 10/31/13

News of the Weird 10/31/13

by Chuck Shepherd Norway's Battle Against Chaos Norwegian public television (NRK), which introduced the now-legendary continuous, live log-burning show (12 hours long, with "color commentary" on [...]

Four Decades of Fine Art

Four Decades of Fine Art

By Lilia Del Bosque Oakey Whitehouse With the symphony, opera, ballet, children’s chorus, and the Little Theater, Pensacola has an obvious love of the arts. It is this dedication to the arts [...]

A Taste of Pumpkin

A Taste of Pumpkin

Pumpkins aren’t simply eye candy. In fact, when prepared accordingly, this delightful squash can work its way seamlessly into many a delicious seasonal treat. And you don’t even have to feel bad [...]

Halloween’s Three-Day Weekend

Halloween’s Three-Day Weekend

By Jessica Forbes This year’s Thursday Halloween has, as a result of its not-quite-the-weekend calendar placement, split the boo-riffic action up a bit. Whether you can make it out to party on [...]

Happenings 10/31/13

Happenings 10/31/13

THURSDAY 10.31 RUNNING: SIX AT SIX 6 a.m. Running Wild, 3012 E Cervantes St. 435-9222 or werunwild.com. FIRST CITY ART CENTER 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. 1060 N. Guillemard St. 429-1222 or [...]

Slacker Creativity

Slacker Creativity

Last Minute Costume Ideas That Require Very Little Effort—Honest Just because you waited until Halloween to actually think about Halloween doesn't mean you have to have a crappy costume. You [...]

The Buzz 10/31/13

The Buzz 10/31/13

Be Optimistic, Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward wants us to be optimistic. “Now is the time to use the positive momentum of our successes to push forward—reach upward” are the words he used on [...]

A Party To Call His Own

A Party To Call His Own

Crist talks about his political journey Charlie Crist still hasn’t filed to run for Florida governor. The former Republican has registered as a Democrat, written a book about leaving the GOP and [...]

Outtakes—Words Matter

Outtakes—Words Matter

Having listened to countless hours of city council and county commission meetings and attending dozens of press conferences, I’ve come to the conclusion that our elected officials rarely mean what [...]

Beats on the Bus

Beats on the Bus

By Jessica Forbes For the first time in its 15 year existence, the John Lennon Educational Tour Bus is scheduled to visit Pensacola. Blues Angel Music will host the bus, which is a rolling [...]

Kiss From a Rose

Kiss From a Rose

By Jennifer Leigh Listening to Erin Jeffreys' music is like getting to peek inside her journal. "My songs are generally about my relationships or relations with people," Jeffreys said. "I [...]

Carve or Get Crafty

Carve or Get Crafty

Generally speaking, the month of October and even more specifically the days leading up to Halloween are for many, traditionally synonymous with carving pumpkins in the spirit of the season. That [...]

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